Resubmit after making changes-I did but not sure if problem resolved?
Now that I got that out of my system... if it was an automated message and it went away after edits then you're probably fine. If it was a staff-moderated thing they'll get back to you in a few days.
Good luck and may the force be.... oh nevermind.
WoW. lol I think I understand now. The message stays there so I will wait few days more. What is your hub about?
If you had a hub that was unpublished because you had to make changes to it, then when you clicked on submit for publication, it entered a queue. That queue is checked by moderators and your hub will be addressed.
I am not sure of the time frame for this, because it used to be about 72 hours. However, I have heard other people waiting up to 7 days for review by moderators.
I had one I had to resubmit two times, but then it went through fine. The moderators were really great about it. The automated message still says my hub is about weapons, which it isn't, but the mods helped me get it republished so I just ignore it now.
It will be in green text until it is reviewed and then go back to either rejected or republished. The flags may stay of the problem is still there. But if you fix the problem and re-scan (button at bottom of page) they should go away.
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